Mortal Enemy Fault Paradox Official Cd release Party
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FROM HELL is a heavy metal horror concept band in which each recording is intended to be its own horror story. The first one called “Ascent From Hell”, is about a corpse that wakes up in Hell and finds out he must go back to earth to find his soul that still lives on inside the body of a priest and drag it back to Hell. For this first recording, metal icons Paul Bostaph from Slayer on drums, Steve Smyth from Nevermore on lead guitar and Damien Sisson from Death Angel on bass were recruited to make this record happen. This recording is diabolically epic, and heavy as Hell! Every song is different from the next covering many genres of metal from thrash metal and black metal to death metal and doom metal. This album is as dynamic as metal can be! Also participating in this recording is Phil Bennett of the iconic rock band Starship, playing piano on the track Dead Reckoning and a 22-piece choir, The Pacific Mozart Ensemble on four other tracks. Establishing new ground, this record has the first recorded blast beat by Paul Bostaph, orchestrated with shredding guitar solos from Steve Smyth and heavy melodic & syncopated bass by Damien Sisson. Produced by George Anderson and Steve “Snake” Green, guitar player from Skinlab, a Century Media recording artist, this recording is a theatrical 70 minutes long with segues in between each song to give additional detail to this horror story. Once the music starts, it never stops until the end.
Sounds Like: Testament, ~~Disturbed~~, Megadeth, Godsmack, All That Remains
Manager: Mortal Enemy
Bio: Mortal Enemy originated as a two-person studio project combining the musical talents of Todd Stover(former frontman of Boise acts Nitrus and Shattered Reality), and Sean Dealy(formerly a Seattle based guitarist and studio musician). In the beginning it was to be nothing more than two friends coll...See Full Bio
“Mortal Enemy, Your music is strong,passionate, rhythmic, and energetic. I'm a 56 yr. old drummer into hard funk rock and metal and I have to tell you, continue on your path. It's a good one. stay consistant in your writing and producing. Doers don't talk and talkers don't do. You guys are doers. I know music to be our love, but please don't forget that it's a business. Your business. Watch each others back. Stay open to one another. Much love to you all,”